Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Save Or Splurge? How To Invest In Beauty

Beauty is one of those areas that we either love or hate. Some love shoes and handbags, others love beauty products. When you’re a beauty addict, it can be easy to spend endless amounts of money on all kinds of lotions and potions. However, when you struggle to find anything you like or have a bad experience, beauty can seem like an area you want to stay away from. Whether you’re buying too much to know which products or best or you’re too scared to find out, take a look at the places to save on and the ones to splurge. 


It’s always, always, always worth investing in a good moisturizer. Preparing your skin is always important because it forms the base of your makeup. Alongside cleansing, you should never skip the moisturizing process. If you struggle with different skin concerns, ensuring that your skin is both clean and hydrated could help you. First of all, you’re going to want to find out your skin type, and then invest in the best product to help you beat your problems. 


In recent years, eyelashes have been getting more and more attention in the beauty world. First, there were false lashes that you could stick on to get extra length or volume. Then, came the extensions. Eyelash extensions can be a great investment if you lack in either volume or length, or want to be able to be able to speed up the makeup process in the mornings. Alternatively, you might find that LVL procedure, which tints and curls your own lashes, is a little more natural and easier to maintain. 

Electrical Beauty

When it comes to electrical beauty, you could either save or splurge depending on what sort of products you need. However, if you’re looking for a good blow dryer or curling tong, you don’t have to break the bank to have a good hair day. You can pick up great hair curling wands for under $25 that can create incredible curls - it’s the same for blow dryers. This is definitely an area to save on if you’re looking to invest in other places. 


Everyone has their preference when it comes to foundation, but as a general rule, investing is best. Some drugstore brands can create great products, but if you’ve got a difficult skin type, you might want to invest in something a little more expensive. However, if you’re looking to try out a few different colors, it might be worth picking up something like the RCMA Kehoe Foundation Palette. That way, you can try out a range of colors, mix and match them and even have shades ready for when you have a tan and when you’re a little paler. 


Whether you wear lipstick or gloss, you can always save a few bucks when it comes to your lips. Designer products can often look pretty, but they also have great dupes that look just as good. Sometimes, you can’t even tell the difference if you’re wearing that $40 designer shade of its $5 drugstore dupe. So, if you’d prefer to invest elsewhere, shop for your lip colors at the drugstore and pocket the extra cash.

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